Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar participated in the State level Sanctioning and Monitoring committee meeting with the Housing Departmental officers on Thursday. He discussed the Housing development in urban areas, with the implementation of Prime Minister Avas Yojana (PMAY) Houses for all policy. He told them to finalise the urban area eligible list after receiving it form Municipal Commissioner. He ordered the municipal officers to finalise the eligible data and to start the constructions for the poor in Urban.They agreed to send the detailed reports to the central sanctioning and Monitoring committee to build the houses in 30 Towns.
Dr Manmohan Singh, Special Chief Secretary, Karikala Valavan, Municipal and Urban development special Chief secretary, M.Ravichandra, Finance in-charge Special Chief Secretary, Kantilal Dande, MD, Housing, AP Town and Infrastructure Develop-ment Corporation Ltd officers participated in the programme.
Pending grievances give unfavourable response
Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar expressed impatience with the grievance cell because of poor complaints clearance in the districts. He spoke to all district collectors through TeleConference on Thursday and said that many complaints from people have been pending in departments that will give wrong feedback to the public. Personal, social and non- financial complaints should be clear with immediate action before Janma Bhoomi he added.
He said that the Chief Minister will review all district grievance in two or three days. Ahmed Babu, real Time Governance CEO, District Collectors and Various Departmental officers participated in the meeting. He said among the many complaints from the people have been pending were those that could be labelled urgent by those who hold them....